Woman Wears Skullhead for a Month Because, Um, Why Not?

She's been wearing a skull mask for a month for the sole purpose of giving the Internet a good laugh (and it's totally working)

Yup, we're all pumped Halloween is almost here. But one woman is taking it to a whole other level by dressing in costume every day since mid-September.

That's when Joyce Yee was shopping with a friend when they came across a weird, oversized skull. Yee put it over her head, and although she couldn't see a thing, she and her friend could not. stop. laughing. They took a bunch of funny photos in the impromptu costume, and "afterwards on our walk home, I couldn't stop thinking of more photos I could do," Yee said. So that's exactly what she set out to make happen: She's taking a photo every day until Halloween (or maybe longer!) while wearing the skull on her head. She's even got a campaign to make it on Ellen in the crazy getup. 

So what's the point? Just to make the Internet world laugh -- simple as that. And it's totally working. Check out 10 of our favorite moments in the life of Skullhead.

Skulls Need Produce, Too

Joyce Yee

Skullhead definitely knows how to pick the freshest-smelling produce with a nasal passage that clear. 

Taco Night is for Everyone

Joyce Yee

Tacos have never had a particularly slimming effect on us -- but Skullhead manages to stay rather bony. 

Even Skullheads Need Help Crossing the Road

Joyce Yee

Skull and crossbones -- er, crosswalk.  


Skulls Loooove Ellen

Joyce Yee

Nothing says "cozy" like a throw blanket, a cuddly kitty and red light-up eyes. Oh, and catching up on Ellen, obvi.

Seriously Ellen, Skullheads Really Love You

Joyce Yee

A little flattery never hurt anyone, right? (Ellen, there's still a week to get Skullhead on the show before Halloween!) 

Awww, Skull + Ram = 4Eva

Joyce Yee

These two were absolutely made for each other. Like peanut butter and jelly, like ketchup and French fries -- like a creepy giant skull head and a creepy giant ram head. 

Skulls Are Known for Their Dental Hygiene

Joyce Yee

Having no lips kind of takes away the need to open wide at the dentist. So convenient!   

Skulls Needs Solitude Too, Yo

Joyce Yee

Do you think this hat's too small for my head?

Sometimes Skulls Just Need to Take a Load Off

Joyce Yee

Hey, Skullhead. You know what they say: You can sleep when you're dead! 

Alesandra Dubin is a Los Angeles-based writer and the founder of home and travel blog Homebody in Motion. Follow her on FacebookGoogle+ and Twitter.

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